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The Isham-Terry House is a historic house museum in Hartford, Connecticut, built about 1854. The house was purchased in 1896 by Dr. Oliver Isham, a descendant of the locally prominent Isham and Terry families. He lived here and operated a medical practice. Today, Connecticut Landmarks operates the house as a museum, offering guided tours and facility event rentals.
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